Marvel Comics Introducing a Muslim Girl Superhero

Obdicut (Now with 2% less brain)11/06/2013 12:25:18 pm PST

re: #132 SidewaysQuark

What evidence is there that they’re not simply unaware of the true underlying mechanism? .

The underlying mechanism is that there is an author who creates it. That is the literal truth, and it is also the narrative truth in the universe.

What’s the proof that such a “designer” can be constrained by the description of Islamic, Christian, Buddhist or any other mythology?

He absolutely can’t. Not sure why you’re asking this.

In other words, such a declaration leaves open more questions than it answers. As such, it leaves the absence of a theism (i.e. atheism) as the default choice.

You haven’t in the least shown any new questions opened. What I am saying is that if you were in the Marvel universe, if you saw physical laws changing, often in concert with some narrative, the logical, skeptical assumption would be that you were in a reality that was controlled by some powerful being or beings who could affect that reality. It would not be rational to think that they were all engineered robots.

Funny that theists use the fact that “our universe has order” as supposed “evidence” of a God. Now you’re using the fact that “the Marvel universe has no order” as “evidence” of a God there. Convolute the “reasoning” enough, you can pretend to argue just about ANYTHING is an argument for “God”.

I didn’t say an evidence of a God.

Again, I really have to ask, do you get that the Marvel universe really is a created thing, that it is literally designed by humans?